The Twitter social network has suffered a “facelift” in its interface for web and mobile, as confirmed by the boss of Design Grace Kim on the company’s blog.
“With a lot of your ideas, we’ve refreshed our product to make it faster and easier to use,” explains Kim. “We have listened carefully to you,” he says.
These are some of the changes that have occurred in the social network and that will be incorporated in the coming days.
Easier navigation between personal profile, additional accounts, configuration and privacy by being all in the same place in a side navigation bar.
Redefining typography to make it “more consistent, and we’ve added more headlines to make it easier to focus on what’s happening.”
More intuitive icons, made especially for “those who come to Twitter for the first time.”
Tweets are now instantly updated with answers, retuits and ‘likes